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Tip 7.17: You can use Ctrl+F9 to enable or disable a breakpoint

June 9, 2012

“Visual Studio Tips, 251 ways to improve your Productivity in Visual Studio“, courtesy of ‘Sara Ford’

Sara Ford’s Blog

She didn’t see this command under the Debug menu. So, in case you want to use the keyboard to enable or disable a breakpoint, you can press Ctrl+F9, which is bound to the command Debug.EnabledBreakpoint. Note that you won’t find a Debug.DisableBreakpoint because this is handled by the enabled command.

A disabled breakpoint still gets saved in your Breakpoints window, even though it will not get hit during debugging.

Happy Programming! =)

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